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Follow live: French Open Day 10

Roger Federer dropped the first set to countryman Stan Wawrinka in the men's quarterfinals (Live on WatchESPN). In the other quarterfinal, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was rolling against Kei Nishikori until the match was halted when windblown debris injured a fan.

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NBA union to investigate concussion protocol

The NBA union has hired neurologists to examine the league's concussion policy and determine whether any changes are needed to prevent players from playing with an undiagnosed concussion.

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MLB Power Rankings: Week 9

The ultra-consistent Cardinals and the suddenly surging Giants are worthy of being in the top spot in our rankings. Who's No. 1?


What can 'Splash Fathers' do for you?

Things are a little different for the sons of NBA players. Says Klay Thompson's dad, Mychal: "Not only could they talk to us, but Steph and Klay could talk to the best of the best, the greatest there ever was. A Jordan. A Kobe. A Magic Johnson. ... That's as good as it gets right there.'' Father knows best

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Rivera: 'No news' on Cam extension

Panthers head coach Ron Rivera offered no update today on QB Cam Newton, who is reportedly close to finalizing a long-term deal. "We're right where it was [Monday]. Right where we left it [Monday]," Rivera told reporters.

Cavs started from the bottom

Cleveland is the first team since the 1981 Rockets to reach the Finals after a 19-20 start, but history is not on the Cavs' side: Each of the previous 6 NBA finalists to start 19-20 or worse would go on to lose in the NBA Finals.


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Pieces of debris fell onto spectators in Chatrier delaying play. Tsonga to serve when play resumes with 6-1 5-2 lead over Nishikori. #RG15

Henderson: Arrest changed my life

LB Erin Henderson rang in 2014 alone in a holding cell after an arrest on suspicion of DUI and pot possession. "I'd never been to prison before," he said. Now he's trying to resume his career with the Jets. His path to sobriety

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Gallo a 'big time, big impact' prospect

With Joey Gallo, Buster Olney said on SportsCenter, the Rangers are thinking: "'Let's call him up now. We give him a taste of the big leagues.' No pressure because so many other guys in that lineup are doing great."


Friend: Meet the Splash Fathers

Long before Steph and Klay took the NBA by storm, Dell Curry and Mychal Thompson were busy making a name for themselves in the league, and preparing their sons for life in the spotlight. Splash Fathers know best

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Though Peterson back, mutual animus between agent Ben Dogra and Vikings management persists. Expect continued low rumbles of discontent.

Ana Ivanovic reaches French semifinals

After defeating Elina Svitolina in straight sets, Spain's Ivanovic reaches her first Grand Slam semi since winning the French Open in 2008. Said the 7-seed: "I don't know if I should feel really old or really happy."


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Blackhawks look to win Stanley Cup for 6th time. They would join Red Wings and Bruins as only U.S. franchises with 6+ Stanley Cup wins

Yeldon expected to start for Jaguars

RB T.J. Yeldon, an early 2nd-round pick and former Alabama standout, has impressed in OTAs so far, displaying a versatile skill set as a runner and receiver, according to the team's official website.

Nick Young goes big with proposal

The Lakers guard, aka Swaggy P, popped (or was it more like yelled?) the question to girlfriend Iggy Azalea.


Adrian Peterson pacing RB salaries

The Vikings standout is scheduled to earn a base salary of nearly $13 million next season, which is almost twice as much as any other RB.


How wide open is Lightning's window?

Tampa Bay is full of young, talented players, kind of like the 2010 Blackhawks ... or is it the 2008 Penguins that never fully lived up to potential? Craig Custance says it's hard keeping teams together. Tough decisions (Insider)

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OTD: Lou Gehrig replaces Wally Pipp

On June 2, 1925, Wally Pipp had a headache and popped a couple of Aspirin, so Lou Gehrig stepped in at first -- and "The Iron Horse" would not miss a game for the next 2,128 games. Said Wally Pipp: "I took the two most expensive Aspirin in history."

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Women's World Cup: Soccer superlatives

While the women's game doesn't feature the level of theatrics endemic to the men, there's still plenty of gamesmanship. Meet The Diver: Marta knows every trick, and has a perfected dive in her arsenal. All superlatives

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Happy 35th birthday, Abby Wambach!

The two-time Olympic gold medalist and 2012 FIFA World Player of the Year is probably wishing to win the Women's World Cup that begins Saturday in Canada. The U.S. women open play against Australia on Monday.

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Ford's NBA Mock Draft 6.0

In the wake of Karl-Anthony Towns' impressive workout, during which he sunk 3-pointers with ease, Chad Ford was compelled to keep Towns as the No. 1 pick. Full draft (Insider)

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Russell Wilson front and center today

The Seahawks QB is likely to address the media after today's OTA session. Expect a few questions about his contract extension talks. On the field, we'll get our first look at TE Jimmy Graham with his new team. Wilson in spotlight

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